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A Nigerian Man Explains Why Davido Had to Jump On Black Sherif’s “Kwaku The Traveler”
To add to the joy around Black Sherif’s “Kwaku The Traveller,” a renowned Nigerian tweep known as Monitoring Spirit has recommended that Davido should jump on the song to put the cherry on top.
The song, which was only published a fortnight ago by the fast Ghanaian singer, has quickly become the most popular in Ghana and Nigeria, and it is constantly growing in popularity.
Monitoring Spirit has stated that the song is a big groove, and that Nigerian star Davido should get on the remix to make it happen in order to maintain its mainstream relevancy.
A large number of Nigerians came out to express their views on the matter. Here are a few examples:
Oyedokun Kunle Burnaboy, Wizkid, and Davido can’t quite fit into the song because of the life-experience verses, according to Folorunso. LADIPOE is that guy who can lyrically and rhythmically vibrate at the same frequency. M I’ll give it a shot.
Zurkarlaini Mustapha: Stop instructing us what to do with our song and just rock to it. You believe the song is aimed against Nigerians. On our song, we don’t want any “baby na u adey love” or “baby I go die for your love.” Just leave our unheard Street song for us to enjoy.
IK Iggy Bazuka: That song simply came out and immediately buried sungba (Asake feat Burna Boy)….. I’m generally wary of overhyping new artists, but hearing Blacko’s verse on Darkoo’s “always” confirms my suspicions that Blacko is here to stay.
Leonard O Kester: He requires someone who is also capable of trapping.
For me, it’s simply Burna boy.
Cheque is also a whorl, but Cheque knows English, whereas Kweku the traveler is raw.
Burna is now flawless once more.